First Trailer for Space Station Survival Thriller '3022' with Omar Epps
"We're all that's left!" An official trailer has arrived for an intriguing indie sci-fi film titled 3022, the latest from producer / director John Suits (The Scribbler, Pandemic). It's hard to tell if that title refers to the year, or something else. The film is about a crew of four astronauts stuck on a dying space station after Earth experiences a cataclysmic event. They watch this happen, then spend the rest of the time trying to figure out what to do and how to survive. Starring Omar Epps, with Kate Walsh, Miranda Cosgrove, Jorja Fox, Angus Macfadyen, and Audrey Looye. This really doesn't look too bad. Way too many lens flares being used, but otherwise seems like a much better take on the concept from The Cloverfield Project about people trapped in space when Earth suddenly goes bye bye. I really hope it's better! Check out the first look below.
Here's the first official trailer (+ new US version / poster) for John Suits' 3022, direct from YouTube:
After Earth suffers a cataclysmic extinction-level event, four astronauts now marooned on a dying space station must embark on a desperate fight for survival amidst the mind-shattering horror of what it means to be the last humans alive. 3022, also known as Correction, is directed by American filmmaker / producer John Suits, director of the movies Breathing Room, 2nd Take, The Scribbler, and Pandemic previously; producer of many other indie features. The screenplay is written by Ryan Binaco. Produced by Tara L. Craig. This hasn't premiered at any festivals or elsewhere, as far as we know. Saban Films will be releasing Suits' 3022 in select US theaters + on VOD starting November 22nd coming up this fall. Interested in this one?
Strong cast. Jorja Fox, Epps, Miranda, Kate...all pretty heavy-hitters! Good trailer, too!
kitano0 on Sep 18, 2019
Heavy hitters? They all 'used to be' on TV shows years ago. I'd hardly consider any of them heavy hitters. But hey, that's just me. This looks low rent to me and doubt it'll even be released theatrically. We seem to be on opposite ends of the spectrum on this one, kitano. Oh well.
thespiritbo on Sep 18, 2019
that's true..."used to be"...but the shows they were on were pretty good, long lasting shows, and they were good on them.
kitano0 on Sep 18, 2019
Okay. Can't disagree with that. Cheers.
thespiritbo on Sep 20, 2019
Heavy hitters??? SMH
Beebs Livingston on Nov 14, 2019
All have had long careers as character actors...Fox on West Wing and ER. Epps on House. Kate Walsh on Grey's Anatomy. Cosgrove was the second-highest paid child actress while fronting her own show iCarly. Not too bad. I don't know if the movie will be any good, but all of the actors are seasoned, and have had good careers.
kitano0 on Nov 14, 2019
DAVIDPD on Sep 18, 2019
I mean, if it's done decent, it might make an enjoyable watch during some easy going evening ...
shiboleth on Sep 18, 2019
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